Golden Dawn Speaks Out About Terrorist Attack

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 4, 2013

I don’t think the government is going to be in too much of a hurry to solve this crime. If it is solved, it reduces the chance of loose cannons loosely associated with the party taking matters into their own hands, and clearly, the government would benefit greatly from any more killings they can attribute to the party.

Right now, GD has a decided upper hand on every front, having been persecuted by the Jewish-run government, persecuted by criminal terrorists. Greeks understand that they stand as the sole party of the people, maintaining integrity while Syriza is drinking champagne with expensive prostitutes in the Synagogue cafeteria.

Their anti-austerity position alone was going to secure them 30% of the vote, minimum, in next year’s elections, but with this back-fired persecution – the legal assault and now this terrorist attack – a fair poll would likely put them at 50% or more.

If the Popular Nationalist party maintains this momentum until May they will achieve a clean sweep in the elections and become the government of Greece. At which point they can clean up the streets using the entire police force and the military. All of these traitors will be rounded up and put on trial.

The risk is in responding to this attack.

I pray every member of the party keeps their eyes on the prize, and doesn’t let emotion cloud their judgment.